Branagh to jet in as tiny cinema closesRead more about the cinema here and here.
Feb 18 2008 Wales
Kenneth Branagh is to jet in to a tiny back garden cinema for a film premiere finale on the day the venue closes for good.
The actor and director flies into Wales at the weekend to take his place in a 23-seat former railway wagon in Gorseinon, near Swansea.
The unlikely cinema venue, known as La Charette, is closing after 55 years because its crumbling structure is too costly to maintain.
But the curtain goes down on the smallest cinema in Wales which regularly shows films with the highest-profile screening in its history. Alien Love Triangle, a science-fiction comedy directed by Danny Boyle, gets its first screening anywhere in the world on Saturday.